FLINT, Michigan— Officials from the City of Flint Department of Public Works have started the next steps before the incremental increase to use the Genesee County Drain Commission delivery system as the secondary water supply. The estimated date of the 95-5 water increments has now been pushed back to early next week to allow for more monitoring and review of the pipeline connection work.
All protocols with the State of Michigan Safe Drinking Water Act and the City’s agreement with its primary water supplier, the Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA) will continue to be followed. Residents will continue to be updated regarding the progress of this infrastructure project.
As a reminder:
• Additional monitoring will take place during the incremental increase, valve replacement work on the primary water delivery system (GLWA) and during all other major infrastructure projects. Monitoring results are posted on the EPA’s “Taking Action on Flint Water” website at www.michigan.gov/flintwater.
• Mayor Neeley will continue to provide weekly community updates on WFLT and Facebook on Saturdays. He also is hosting Ward by Ward tours throughout the community updating residents on a variety of topics including the current water infrastructure projects. Informational meetings and open public comment will also continue to be scheduled for ongoing and future water infrastructure projects.
• Infrastructure project updates can also be found on the City of Flint’s “Progress Report on Flint Water” webpage at www.cityofflint.com/progressreport.
• Important reminder for residents: If you have a water emergency or issue with your service, please call (810) 766-7202 for water and (810) 766-7079 for sewer. This line is monitored 24 hours a day to respond to problems.
• Residents with non-emergency questions or concerns, can email [email protected] This email is monitored by the DPW department and they are happy to assist.